Campaign Progress

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Lutheran Social Services is proud to publicly announce “Caring for Those Who Cared for Us” the Campaign for the Greater York Region to raise money for an expansion project at The Village at Sprenkle Drive. To date, we have received commitments for $3.3 million toward our goal of $4.5 million. Click here for more information.

Message from the CEO

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Caring for Those Who Cared for Us…I am pleased to share with you the latest chapter in a story that began more than 62 years ago in York County. In 1951, visionary leaders within the York community came together out of a deep and abiding concern for the welfare of our county’s senior citizens. From that was born “The Lutheran Home for the Aged” – the first in what would become a network of LSS Senior Living Communities dedicated to Caring for Those Who Cared for Us.

The world has changed greatly in 62 years, and the way we care for senior adults has changed even more. Seniors of today want to live active, fulfilling lives. Seniors of today want the very best care in the most effective environment. These wishes align perfectly with LSS’ core commitment and vision, as expressed in our mission statement, “to provide exceptional health, human and senior living services by supporting persons in achieving an optimal quality of life.” LSS continues to be committed to Caring for Those Who Cared for Us.

This is why we are embarking on an expansion project at The Village at Sprenkle Drive to add Assisted Living, Memory Support Assisted Living and an addition to the Glatfelter Center. We are determined to be the lead agency in providing cutting edge treatments, facilities and amenities to our Senior Living residents. The project at Sprenkle Drive will help us meet those goals and continue our tradition of excellence. We invite you to join us in this groundbreaking venture.

On behalf of our campaign leadership, the LSS Board of Directors and the thousands of men and women who will be supported and sustained in the coming years at our Sprenkle Drive campus, thank you.

In gratitude,

Robert L. Rundle
President & CEO